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SIR JOHN FROISSART Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.10

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SIR JOHN FROISSART
Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.10
page 282



fuffered the moft.. This iras an ynfojtppate day for the. count, who was ip overcome by the he#, and near fainting, that hç withdrçvy from thp bat-tle, without friend qr foe knowing whither hç was £one. He,had retreated tp a fmall gîoye pf alders, through which ran a little brook ; and hp no fponer felt his feet in the ^ater, than he thoijight he was in paradife? $nd feated himfelf by t;he fidp of the ftream. He, with fome difficulty^ topk off his helmet, and remained covered only by the linen fcuU-çap, and then plunged his face in the water, at the fame time, unfortunately, drinking large draughts i for he was thirfty from the heat, and could not quench ft. He drank fp much, that |us blood was chilled, and a numbnefs of limits feized him, with a ftrong inclination to faint He .could not move, and Kofi the ufe of hi? fpeecb. His attendants knew not what was become of him, ^nd werç the ,more uneafy, bçcaufe many prifoners had been made ; th^y therefore çeafed fighting. £ fliort tinxp after this, a fquire belonging to thp dyl^e of Milaji perceived the cou^t d'Armag-nac, $nd wpijLdered much, when he faw b\m9 who he cpuld b.e ; for it was vifible he muft be fon\e knight or man of high rank : he called out,c Who are you ? Surrender ; for you are my prifo^er. The count heard hiip, but could not make axjy anfwer, he w?s unable to articulate, but held out his hand, and made figns that he furrendeyed. The fquire thçn endeavoured to rai(e him, but, finding his attempts vain, feated himfelf bçfide VOL. X. T hiffi, 27?


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